The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 60
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 60

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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» I^Alfano (la.) Upper &« Maine* -'•~——firoy Thursday, December 23, 1955 LuVirne Victor Twice, Corwith basketeers took a paif of games from Corwith at LuVertte, Dec. 13. The girls won, 44-37, and the boys 69-33. LuVerne took a seven point lead in the first period of the girls game and made it stand up through the final three stanzas to annex the opener. Harper flipped in 24 points and Patterson 14 ifor Lu Verne, while Shipman got 17 for Corwith. The boys game was LuVernc all the way. The winners led, ay the peace and joy of this glad season be with you and yours on Christmas Day. F. S. NORTON & SON Wishing You A Merry Christmas For The 60th Time KOSSUM COUNTY PORTS 45-12. at the half and the issue was settled. Joe Henderson got 16 points, Don Baker 14 and Ken Stripling 12 for LuVerne. Johnson got ten for Corwith. Titonkei's Girls Squeeze Past Lakota' 38-37 Titonka's girls edged past Lakoia, 38-37, in a thriller al Titonka Dec. 13, The game was as cozy as could be throughout. The teams were tied, 10-10, al the quarter, Lakota held a 22-20 edge at the half, and the Indian girls roared into a 3632 bulge at the three-quarter mark. Geraldine TJUmann and Doris Hipp got 16 points each for Tilonka, while Karen Thompson notched 24 for Lakotai TalliesTTlPoints As Rodman Wins Betty Doty and Dick Schall ' went on scoring rampages as j Rodman swept a pair of basket- J ball games from Curlew at Rodman Dec. 13. Miss Doty poured in 71 points, 32 field goals and seven free tosses, hi^h total in the state this season as the girls won the opener. 8U-34. Rodman held a 51-16 bulge at the hall of the girls game and won with ease. JJoty pumped in 46 first-half points and added 25 in the final 10 minutes to account for her huge total. Schall rolled up 37 points in the boys game as Rodman led all the way to down Curlew, which has only six boys in nigh school, and they all plcyed. Virgil Fry gut 20 points for the losers. Wesley Drops 2 Hcyfield Tilts Wesley's cagers dropped a pair of games to Hayfield at Wesley Dec. 13. The girls fell, 58-50. imd the boys dropped theirs, 8547. Hayfield took a 21-13 lead in the first period of the girls game and built the margin to 13 points at the three-quarter mark. A last period rally by Wesley fell j Almost everyone appreciates the best Remember— have plenty of Coke on hand for Christmas. It's the one drink you know your guests will welcome. Get Extra Coke For The Holidays*** Now in 3 Family-SIi. King-SU* Standard Sttt convenient sizes 60TTUD UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COtA COMPANY 6T SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, HUMBOLDT, IOWA Kiln* > f MStoiHd trodt-mork. O IMS, TMI COCA-COU CQMMMV short. Downs topped Wesley with 19 points, as Root added 18 and B!.eich 11. Malek got 27 for the winners. Thfy boys contest was settled fn the first quarter. Hayfield shot to a 22-4 lead and was never threatened Root pumped in 15 points for Wesley, while Kester and Truesdell got 16 for the winners. Burt, Ledyard Shore A Pair Burl and Ledyard shared a doubleheader at Burt, Dec. 13, with the home boys taking a 6635 win after the visiting girl.s won, 51-32. Ledyard got rolling in the second period of the girls game, after Burt had taken an 8-6 lead. By halftime, Ledyard was ahead. 25-19. and they added to the margin during last half action. Goetz got 28 points for Ledyard. while Mary Keith got 24 for Burt. Burt zoomed to a 36-13 bulge> in the first half of the finale, and won without trouble as big John Smidt racked up 29 p6lnts.\ Jerry Garman added 13 to the Burt total and Richtef was high lot Ledyard with 12." County Short Of Bond Quota It will take a very brisk month of sales, in fact over $400,000 worth, to put Kossuth County over the top of its 1955 quota of United States savings bonds, ac- cording to G. D. Shurmvay, county chairman. m the county's quota was set at $1,799,763, and until December 1, only $1,399,19'2 had been sold, just 78 percent of the quota. Considering the whole state, 99% was attained by the end of November, and 90 percent is the national figure. S01es of E and H bonds and percentages of quotas attained for ! neighboring counties are: Emmet, $881,974, 82 percent: Hancock, $1,024,181, 98 percent; Humboldt, $1,053,117, 107 percent; Palo Alto, $1,035,285, 96 percent; and Winnebago, $919,143, 89 CMlfflMt MMM HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALLI SIGSBEE PLUMBING AND HEATING percent. the six counties in. this area are slightly ahead of the nation* al quota right npw. The Algona Upper Des MolneS has the largest circulation in Kos* suth county of any publication \ May the peace \ shone s GODDEN MONUMENT WORKS May All The Blessings Of This Holy Season Be Yours HUTZELLS Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hurzell COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. •UOEL May oH the happiness of this joyous season bless i your home and all who i •nter it at Christmas! LEAH'S BAKERY Our wish (hat Joy and each passing moment of your Christina* Holiday I COAST- TO-COAST STORE • . . To al! of you whom we have to enjoyed * serving: we say thanks for your patronage- And, may everything that'i bright and gay, Bless your household on Christmas Day I SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly lank 1 ' AIGONA, IOWA INSURANCE CQiPOtATlQN

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